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is better known for his work right teeing the i can read books like sammy this deal in the dna the dinosaur but the art work is by johnson who was by a hero than the purple crayon. >>host: and you have the sign he was holding? >>guest: no. he was the art editor and most of the children's books authors the iraqi either directly active with radical movements over quite sympathetic to them. >>host: when you look at some of the examples of the bid 20th century, is a little 90 the way they are set up? is that fair? tried to include stuff that people would want to read. the nice thing is we had tons to choose from even with 44 pieces we could selected down but we also wanted to high of historical accuracy to include what seemed like totally ridiculous things today because it is funny the best is abc for martin and it has things like k is for crum and where staal lives. and i do not want to share with my kids as an example of useful literature but as a historical example doing this as the act of historical recovery to say they think when people think of children's literature face vague it is absen
, and he is better known for his work writing i can read books like danny and the dinosaur and sammy the seal. he's a popular author. on the cover there, the artwork is by crockett dawson. >> did you add the sign he's holding? >> no, no, that was in there. he was an art editor. many of the most popular and well-known children's book authors were directly active in radical movements or quite sthettic to them -- sympathetic to them, so john is another example. >> when you look at the examples, particularly the mid-20th century, does it seem -- is it a little bit comical or a little bit naive the way these are set up, is that fair to say about them? >> absolutely. we were trying to include people would actually want to read. there was, you any, the nice thing is we had tons to choose from. even though there's 44 pieces in there, we were able to select it down, but we wanted to also have historical accuracy, and we wanted to include what might seem like totally ridiculous things today because they existed and because it's kind of funny in their naivety. the best example of that is abc fo
nosotros sammy. para contarnos mÁs. que gusto tenerte aquÍ con nosotros en el noticiero. >>> gracias josÉ. para invitar a los televidentes sa serie especial compartimos con los jugadores mexicanos. efraÍn juÁrez, pablo barrera y memo ochoa en francia. vamos a comenzar, este fin de semana, en titulares telemundo. con la palabras del tÉcnico mexicano, javier el vasco guagu estÁ cumpliendo con su tercer equipo en espaÑa. osasuna, el a tlerct de madrid y zaragoza. una incÓmoda posicion. y nos habla de lo que fue hace poquito mÁs de un aÑo su experiencia, su segunda experiencia dirigiendo la selecciÓn mexicana en la copa del mundo sudÁfrica 2010. escuchemos un vance de esta nota exclusiva con el vasco javier aguirre desde zaragoza. >>> estÁn preocupados todo el mundo no puede ser una liga bipolar como la escocesa. por ejemplo, que tiene 40 tÍtulos. y quÉ sellÓ. estÁn preocupados porque puede ahuyentar a la gente en los estadios. puede hacer mÁs triste la liga. pero sÍ, es cosa de 2. estÁ claro. hablando del real madrid y barcelona. y si es una liga de 2. la espaÑola, pero ad
. >> even sammy hagar? >> no. >> you give me five! >> no, no. >> you got to keep it real with david lee. >> no, listen. i'm a singer first and i love me some sammy too. no, we have a good time. >> i would be remiss if i didn't mention this, your brother and father are both news anchors. >> they are. >> down in tampa. >> they are, they are, they are. >> did you just feel growing up with them that you had to take fame to a stratosphere? >> no, come on. you know, it's funny. also local news in the '70s and '80s when i grew up when there were only three or four channels on the tv anyway, the sheer numbers of people that watched your dad every night on tv was pretty remarkable, so i just got used to every time you went out, somebody came up and acted like they knew your dad. so it's a great thing. i love it. >> way to go as far as trumping them up. you took it to a whole new level. mr. box office, thank you >>> if you're looking to build a little holiday spirit on this thanksgiving weekend, one of america's top cancer hospitals can help you. >> debbye turner bell has an inspiring story of ch
singer for van halen. yeah. and they said sammy hager. >> all right, so conan joking about the ninth republican presidential debate on wednesday. so it is hard to believe that last night was the tenth debate of this political season. our wolf blitzer talks about the need for such debates in this week's blitzer's blog. >> it is pretty amazing how significant the republican presidential debates have proven to be this year. they have clearly shaped out attitudes in rather dramatic way. presidential historians may write that this was the year of the debate. there already were so many memorable moments, many that the candidates would almost certainly like to forget. the other night in michigan, for example, may have been the most memorable, most awkward debate moment ever. that was when rick perry had a brain freeze for nearly 60 seconds and forgot the third agency of the u.s. government he would like to eliminate, even though he had routinely cited those three agencies in his campaign stump speech over the years. >> i can't. the third one, i can't. sorry. oops. >> the education, by the w
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sammy hagar? >> no. >> you give me five! >> no no. >> you got to keep it real with david lee. >> no listen. i'm a singer first and i love me some sammy too. no, we have a good time. >> i would be remiss if i didn't mention this your brother and father are both news anchors. >> they are. >> down in tampa. >> they are, they are, they are. >> did you just feel growing up with them that you had to take fame to a stratosphere? >> no come on. you know, it's funny. also local news in the '70s and '80s when i grew up when there were only three or four channels on the tv anyway the sheer numbers of people that watched your dad every night on tv was pretty remarkable so i just got used to every time you went out, somebody came up and acted like they knew your dad. so it's a great thing. i love it. >> way to go as far as trumping them up. you took it to a whole new level. mr. box office, thank you very much. >> no [ sue ] wow! i've been so looking forward to this. when my asthma symptoms returned my doctor prescribed dulera to help prevent them. [ male announcer ] du
champion is this morning. good morning, sammy. happy thanksgiving. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving. lara, josh. good morning, america. we're at america's first thanksgiving day parade, right here in philadelphia. as the city of brotherly love celebrates thanksgiving, we'll have the parade, the floats, the bands. another american institution, as you mentioned, lara, is the macy's thanksgiving day parade. and our cameron mathison is there. good morning. happy thanksgiving. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving, everybody. 3.5 million people expected to be here. 27 floats, 54 balloons, 800 clowns. one fairly cold correspondent here at the 85th annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. back to you, lara and josh. >>> if you're toiling in the kitchen right now, i will be in just hours. don't panic. we have today your turkey 911. sara moulton, right there, answering your turkey day questions. send them to goodmorningamerica.com at yahoo! or send them via twitter. and we'll answer as many of them as you possibly can. >>> first, dan harris is in this morning. and dan, we have breaking news out
and yelling, a bunch of little kids. >>peter: what did you think, sammy, when you and your cad dad were trying to get to school? >>guest: i thought they were kicking us and hitting up and we were trying to get through to school, i trying to get a job by going to school and learn. >>peter: this has been going on for a while. has it been loud? >> yeah. and during math we cannot listen to them because all we hear are the chants and everyone gets distracted. >>peter: what do you think about what they are doing? what lesson does that teach you about treating people in your life? >>guest: i think they are just rude people and they should get a job. party peter like your dad and mom. what do you want to be when you are 21? your ambition? >>guest: well, probably in the military. >>peter: not part of occupy wall street, though? >>guest: yeah. >>peter: sorry you had to go through that, and we are delightedded you came on with us, today, so maybe you will come back and talk about something happier next time. happy holidays. good to see you. so you are going to keep going to school and push through the cr
will be in the morning. >>> and we gotd a birthday girl. what's your name? >> sammy. >> how old are you today? >> 10. >> double digits. all right. cool! happy birthday. very nice. mr. lauer? >> mr. roker, thank you. when we come back how you can own some never before seen footage of marilyn monroe and some of the icon's other personal items. but first, these messages. ♪ ugh... ugh... ♪ aahh. aaahh! you will win this. faster, faster. ♪ yes. [grunting noise] the target 2-day sale starts next friday morning at midnight. are you ready? has focused on making the best-tasting... sour cream for over four generations. it's made with farm-fresh cream that's 100% natural. no preservatives. and no added hormones. ♪ do-do a dollop of daisy lucky for you, air optix brand has a lens approved for up to 30 days and nights of continuous wear. that's why we recommend them most for people who sleep in their lenses. visit airoptix.com for a free one-month trial offer. ♪ [ grandma ] ok. ♪ ah. then we will all do it together. treats. teets...teets...teets... yeah. look at this. [ female announcer ] it seems l
to shop small at big top candy shop. >> at juno baby store. >> sammy's camera. >> make the pledge to shop small. >> on small business saturday. >> gloria larkin joins me live from washington, d.c. she's with women impacting public policy, which is supporting the movement. it's nice to have you with me this morning. explain for everybody who doesn't really know, since it is only in its sophomore year. what is small business saturday? >> it was an initiative developed to help small business in the united states grow. it really has its roots in between black friday and cyber monday. >> when we talk about the fact that the big box retailers really pulling out the stops this year to get people in the store, how important is it for small business saturday this year to make an impact? again, it's only its second year and needs to make better traction. >> this is a real initiative to help small business grow. in the united states, we talk a lot about small business and how important it is, but this is our chance as individual people and citizens to go out and support our small business in our own
district in new york, dr. sammy jaffrey a pharmacologist and faculty member at cornell college has developed a promising new technology for studying r.n.a. in cells and has just started a biotech exen, all with n.i.h. support. time and time again, basic research has been a game changer and economic incubator. take the biotechnology company genentech, for example. it was founded on discoveries made in our universities and those discoveries were made with financial support of grants from the national institute of health. and those federal funds proved to be a very good investment. the company has created over 11,000 jobs and the company created products that have had mauge effects on the health and economic well being of our nation. they develop drugs that treat certain leukemia, arthritis, and breast cancer. n.i.h.-funded research has also had a major impact on the lives of those suffering from multiple sclerosis. m.s. is a painful disease that often strikes young women with children. thanks to n.i.h. research, drugs have been developed that are now in the marketplace that mean m.s.
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